May 30, 2023
Is aggressively paying off your debt causing other areas of your life to suffer?
Years ago my wife and I accumulated over $27k worth of debt and it haunted me every day until I paid it off. Credit card interest rates are some of the highest and debt can feel like a dark cloud hanging over you until it's paid off....
May 23, 2023
What happens to the money saved in my 529 plan if my kid doesn’t go to college?
This episode is all thanks to a question I received from a listener from my recent episode with Marc Russel (378) asking about what happens to the money saved in a 529 plan if your child decides they don’t want to go to a 4-year...
May 16, 2023
How should we be thinking about risk when it comes to our investments?
Investing has been a major topic of discussion these past few years with the rise and fall of crypto, NFTs, and the Gamestop saga of 2021. It can be hard to cut through all the noise of get-rich-quick investment tips, so how do we know how...
May 9, 2023
Have you heard of the recent closure of First Republic Bank?
Similar to Silicon Valley Bank, First Republic was placed under FDIC control and then quickly sold. In this episode we'll cover why this happened, who bought First Republic, and what happens next.
May 2, 2023
Do you have a child in your life that you want to help pay for their college tuition?
Tuition costs can range anywhere from $10k-$40k depending on if you attend a public or private college. Even on the lower end of the scale, that’s a lot of money to save and as someone who doesn’t have any kids but has a...